Nominations are now open for the Wolverhampton Young Citizen of the Year awards 2022, which recognise the achievements of young people who have gone the extra mile to help others in our community.
Awards will be made to 13 to 18-year-olds and to those aged 19 to 25 who live, learn or work in Wolverhampton.
|Parwiz Karimi, Karl Henry, Roger Timbrell, Mel Eves and Dylan Wright|
Karl Henry, former captain of Wolves and ambassador for the Wolves Foundation, and former Wolves player Mel Eves are supporting the awards and are keen to encourage people in the city to recognise young people who have helped others or their community during the pandemic.
Nominations can be made by visiting wolverhamptonyoungcitizen.org.uk. The closing date is on May 31st and the awards ceremony will be held on July 7th
The awards were devised and are sponsored by the City’s four Rotary Clubs and are organised in partnership with the City Council, the Express and Star, Wolverhampton Wanderers Foundation and supported by Carvers Building Supplies Ltd and the James Beattie Trust.